Prison ordered for Salt Lake attorney who stole millions from disabled clients

5/10/2022 6:46:00 AM

A former Salt Lake estate planning attorney will spend nearly a decade in prison after he admitted to bilking millions of dollars from disabled clients.

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A former Salt Lake estate planning attorney will spend nearly a decade in prison after he admitted to bilking millions of dollars from disabled clients.

A Salt Lake City attorney will spend nearly a decade in prison after he pleaded guilty last month to embezzling over $12 million from elderly and disabled clients.

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This is how we defend children in Utah. Don’t forget he violated parole within 30 days and was let out after a 30 day violation. I know of a guy by the name of Jeremy andus in Utah who killed a child and only got 7 years. Lol I’m killing babies before stealing from disabled. You can’t get much slimier than robbing invalids. He’s right where he belongs.

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